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Recipes Never Reviewed on Zaar, for Zaar Tag. I have organized by categories. The drinks and desserts are at the end.
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Entered for safe-keeping. From Martha Rose Shulman's "Fast Vegetarian Feasts", received in February 2009 Cookbook Swap. A more authentic version of this dish is on Zaar as Recipe #137021, but it may be easier to obtain ingredients for this version, depending on where you live. Per the author, Bear Mush is a darker whole-wheat version of Cream of Wheat. The end product will be stiff, like polenta.

Recipe #361089

1 Reviews |  By KateL

Entered for safe-keeping, from Yvonne Ruperti's "One Bowl Baking: Simple From Scratch Recipes for Delicious Desserts," as shared on seriouseats blog. Cake flour ensures a fluffy pancake. More at: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/03/baileys-irish-cream-pancakes.html

Recipe #514211

Entered for safe-keeping, adapted from Sydney Oland for Serious Eats. More at: http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/12/carrot-cake-pancakes-with-sweet-orange-cream-recipe.html. Whenever I use an orange or lemon or lime, I first microplane the zest and freeze the zest for later use; then I don't have to buy an orange to make a recipe like this. Make sure your ground ginger is not stale, although it lasts 2-3 years if stored in a dark, dry space.

Recipe #512832

Entered for safe-keeping, from 11/27/13 Rachel Ray Show, by Bobby Flay. I cracked up when they said this was perfect for "Thanksgivingkah", because 11/28/13 marks the beginning of Hannukah as well as U.S. Thanksgiving. I use pears in my slightly tart cranberry applesauce (Recipe #508238), so this pear chutney would be sweeter. Topping the potato pancakes with the chutney looks very festive and would be a pleasant change of pace. Try grapeseed oil for a clean taste and a high smoke point. Pancakes may be made a day ahead.

Recipe #510058

Entered for safe-keeping. From Sam Miles's "Guilt Free Gourmet."

Recipe #357094

1 Reviews |  By KateL

Entered for safe-keeping, from Jennifer Olvera for Serious Eats blog. More at http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/02/portuguese-baked-eggs-with-chorizo-and-ricotta-recipe.html. Buy your ricotta at an Italian deli if you can. The sauce is very spicy; if you want to tone it down, remove the seeds and white membrane from the serranos or use a single jalapeno (also with seeds removed). The sauce may be made up to 1 day in advance; store it in the refrigerator, but be sure to warm it before proceeding with the recipe. These are perfect for brunch or for a dinner with crusty bread and a crisp green salad in a acidic vinaigrette.

Recipe #513603

Entered for safe-keeping. From about.com. Green chile, white walnut sauce and red pomegranate- the colors of the Mexican flag. This dish is a Mexican Independence day favorite, a seasonal specialty of the Mexican State of Puebla in the Central Region.

Recipe #375337

MDM submitted this recipe to the Alexandria, VA TWIG cookbook, "A Heritage of Good Tastes." Judging by the Worcestershire sauce spots, she made this often. Serve with melba toast or crackers. Chilling time is in Cooking time field.

Recipe #319825

1 Reviews |  By KateL

Entered for safe-keeping. From June 2012 Vegetarian Times. Instead of cured ham, these use smoky grilled eggplant to contrast with cantaloupe.

Recipe #479838

Entered for safe-keeping. From Nicola Hill's "The Mushroom Cookbook", received in February 2009 Cookbook Swap. You can cheat by buying Melba toast at the grocery store.

Recipe #361122

Entered for safe-keeping for outdoor grilling. Chris Grove (Nibblemethis.com) derived this variation from "On a Stick", & I have tweaked in case Sriracha sauce is too hard to find. Sriracha sauce is a paste of chili peppers, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt. Traditional Thai Sriracha is tangier, sweeter and thicker in texture than non-Thai, but the U.S.-made Huy Fong Foods sauce made Sriracha a more common condiment. For genuine Thai Sriracha, many prefer Shark Brand from Thailand; a recipe: http://www.shesimmers.com/2010/03/homemade-sriracha-how-to-make-authentic.html. Huy Fong sauce clones: Recipe #373759 #373759 & Recipe #312209 #312209. Apparently some Thai people residing in the U.S. prefer to substitute Tabasco, Cholula or Valentina hot red sauces for Sriracha. (Note: the double-skewer technique also works great for shrimp.) Serves 4 as a main course or 8 as appetizers. Prep time includes sauce cooling time.

Recipe #460486

Entered for safe-keeping for healthier appetizers. From Evelyn Tribole's "More Healthy Homestyle Cooking". The (vegan) plum sauce has been published on Zaar on its own as Recipe #347267 #347267. Vegetarians can consider substituting TVP crumbles for the ground turkey breast.

Recipe #350628

Entered for safe-keeping, from Weight Watchers Magazine, September-October 2008, only 1 "thingie" for 1/3 cup tomato tartar with 3 endive leaves. This is a light bite for snack or appetizer.

Recipe #319818

Entered for safekeeping, from NY Times Magazine, 11/10/13. Personally, I would go easy on the sour cream, but I love the bite of horseradish!

Recipe #509920

Entered for safe-keeping. From June 2012 Vegetarian Times. Elegant and different hors d'oeuvres. Topping the toasts with thin, petal-like ribbons of cantaloupe makes the hors d'oeuvres easy to eat and prevents them from getting soggy with fruit juice.

Recipe #479835

Entered for safekeeping, from NY Times Magazine, 11/10/13. Gorgonzola is a love/hate cheese, which is lucky at a party because half will avoid it and the other half will gobble it up. I love the combinations of tastes and textures in this recipe.

Recipe #509915

Entered for safekeeping, from NY Times Magazine, 11/10/13. If you have fresh mint handy for the holidays, I envy you. These toasts combine sweet, salty, and mint, with a touch of savory. The ingredient quantities are approximated, you may need more.

Recipe #509946

Entered for safekeeping, from NY Times Magazine, 11/10/13. I'm including this one as part of the set, and I'll try it when I jump on the kale bandwagon for its health benefits. The purists will lick off the kale pesto and let the ricotta go. I added the recommendation to roast 8 garlic cloves as part of the prep, that would add about 30-40 passive minutes to the cooking time.

Recipe #509937

Entered for safe-keeping, from "The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever: Ethnic Breads" by Madge Rosenberg. Here's an easy-peasy way to make shrimp toast ahead (refrigerated or frozen), then brush with sesame oil and toast until golden. Great for a cocktail party (or a shrimp toast fix). NOTE: the ingredients should be chilled, NOT at room temperature. Makes a 1 1/2 pound loaf. Preparation time does not include chilling time.

Recipe #510765

Entered for safe-keeping, from NY Times Magazine, 11/10/13. This is part of a set. Smoked trout is a love/hate ingredient, so it's lucky for a party, as half will avoid it and the rest will gobble it up.

Recipe #509947

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